Martin Solveig continues to reinvent himself. Be it through his new music, on point fashion
and inventive styling he creates for himself, the world of Solveig is an ever-changing
environment that is instilled with fun and vitality.
Always ahead of the curve he is currently steering a new wave of mainstream electronic music
– namely the future house sound and his latest endeavour – a product of a decadeslong career
for the producer, DJ, filmmaker and creative Frenchman, which has spanned over four studio
The latter; Smash was released in 2011 and launched the Parisian into superstardom. With
lead single Hello, featuring Dragonette selling over 5 million copies, the Queen of Pop herself
– Madonna, asked Martin to co-produce six tracks for her album MDNA and accompany her
on a blockbusting worldwide tour in 2012.
While releasing summer anthems Hey Now with the Cataracs and Blow with Laidback Luke in
2013, the Frenchman also maintained a residency at the legendary Pacha in Ibiza, whilst
touring the world’s grandest festivals.
January 2015 saw the next step in the French maestro’s trailblazing career – showcasing his
pioneering future house sound with Intoxicated, a collaboration with Miami duo GTA. The foot
stomping anthem hit both the Hype Machine and Beatport #1 within days of release and went
on to be one of the most talked about tracks of the summer as it took position on BBC Radio
1’s A-List Playlist in August.
Solveig then proved his ever-infallible ability to remain perfectly in tune with public demand,
releasing +1 in June, a funked up future house classic with vocals from Sam White. With the
latter already gaining incredible global support and an exclusive 19-date residency at Pacha
underway with his new project ‘My House,’ Martin continues to build on his already stellar
reputation as a truly multi-faceted artist.